Coldingham News letter 29 March 2018

Pupil News


We have changed the layout in Nursery and it looks fab!

Ivy: I like the quiet area because it’s got lots of books. I like the chicken books.

Finn: I like the quiet area too because I can lie down on the pillows!

Minnie: I like the dressing up the best because I like to be a princess.

Kitty: I like the big building blocks – I make things and they always fall over.

Alexander: I like the building blocks too as they are my favourite colours – blue and yellow.

Felix: I like the colouring area because I like colouring in.


It has been a busy end to term for us. We read our Spring poem in church. We were nervous and still enjoyed ourselves. Our parents and carers came to meet our teachers and see our work. We were proud of all our learning. We had an Easter Morning with P3 and we chose tasks to do. We made computer games with Lynn from Computer Explorers. It was amazing. Happy Easter Everyone

P 3,4,5

Intergenerational Project

The P5s all really enjoyed learning about life and school from the older people. They put on an excellent drama performance to show what they had learned from the older generation.

Kodu coding – The P4s and P5s all joined up for the Computer Explorers lesson on comput j19er coding on Kodu. They made their own worlds and coded a figure to find apples. It was great fun and we all learned a lot!


This week P 5/6/7 had a very busy week

On Monday we cooked the starters and tasted them. They tasted very good 😋

On Tuesday we cooked the main course and tasted them. They were also very good.😋

On Wednesday we visited the Crosslaw Farm as part of our prize for winning the RHET competition

On Thursday we had our farmhouse breakfast as part of our prize also.

Also on Thursday we had the computer explorers it was fun.

By Mia

‘Have a Happy Easter and spring holiday & see you on Monday 16th April

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